8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Including Fear of God, BEAMS, thisisneverthat, Stüssy, Palace and more.

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With another week upon us, we have yet another installment of our product drops series.

Kicking things off, Fear of God ESSENTIALS elevates its minimalist style with the Summer 2024 Core Collection featuring oversized jackets, hoodies and denim in warm hues. Atlanta rapper Russ unveils his first clothing line inspired by his album “SANTIAGO,” offering 13 statement-making looks. BEAMS FUTURE ARCHIVE introduces a summer-ready collection with net knit long-sleeves, rhinestone tees and denim shorts. Levi’s recreates its oldest pair of jeans, the 9Rivet blue jeans, in a limited run of 800 pairs. GOD SELECTION XXX continues its 11th-anniversary celebrations with a Powerpuff Girls tee shirt capsule. Additionally, thisisneverthat teams up with The Grateful Dead for a versatile summer collection featuring reworked graphics and summer-coded garments. Stüssy preps for warmer temperatures with its Summer 2024 collection, offering workwear-inspired outerwear, contemporary suiting and wide-cut shorts. Finally, Palace Skateboards drops its latest Spring 2024 line with bold motif hoodies, denim co-ords, rugby-inspired tees and new caps.

Catch this week’s 8 drops you don’t want to miss below.

Fear of God ESSENTIALS Summer 2024 Core Collection

Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God ESSENTIALS line, known for its casual yet luxurious American style, introduces its Summer 2024 Core Collection. The collection features signature oversized jackets, hoodies, quarter-zip pullovers and more, emphasizing the brand’s minimalist and relaxed aesthetic. Highlight pieces include a classic overlay hood, a button-less relaxed polo, slim-fit jeans and lounge pants, crafted in materials like cotton twill, woven nylon and denim in warm, earthy tones. The collection will be available online starting Friday, May 24.

Russ Drops First Clothing Capsule at KidSuper’s Store

Atlanta rapper Russ unveiled his first clothing line, “SANTIAGO,” inspired by his latest album, at KidSuper’s Brooklyn store. The collection, featuring 13 looks named after each track on the album, was showcased in a tent-like space reflecting the album’s desert themes. Standout pieces include a silky purple top-and-pants set, sporty pink sweaters and shorts, an artful zip-up jacket and camel and floral embroidered jackets. Russ emphasized the collection is not merch, highlighting the significant production costs and his pride in the detailed craftsmanship; the line is now available on his webstore.

BEAMS FUTURE ARCHIVE Returns

Japanese fashion label BEAMS FUTURE ARCHIVE has unveiled its new summer collection of original items. Highlights include net knit long-sleeve tops in various colors, rhinestone-adorned logo tee shirts and printed tops featuring skeletal illustrations and floral peace signs. The collection also offers diverse denim pieces, such as wide-legged trousers with unique lining and oversized, hole-tethered denim shorts, along with cargo shorts in camouflage prints. The “Original Items” collection will launch on May 24 at the BEAMS Harajuku Annex, with prices ranging from ¥7,480 JPY (about $48 USD) to ¥30,800 JPY (about $197 USD).

Levi’s “Stitch-for-Stitch” Denim Reproduction Drop

Levi’s has created a “stitch-for-stitch” reproduction of the oldest pair of jeans in its archives, the 9Rivet blue jeans, with a limited run of just 800 pairs. These jeans, dating back to before Levi’s 1875 patent, were found at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and identified as the first-ever pair of blue jeans. The 9Rivet jeans feature unique details such as nine rivets, single-stitch construction, one back pocket, exposed rivets, a watch pocket sewn into the waistband and sewn-on buttons. Starting May 20, the 9Rivet jeans will be available exclusively at the Tsim Sha Tsui Harbour City store in Hong Kong for $3,999 HKD ($513 USD).

GOD SELECTION XXX ‘Powerpuff Girls’ Collaborative Capsule

As part of its 11th anniversary celebrations, GOD SELECTION XXX, founded by Yasunari “Nari” Miyazaki, has launched a collaboration with The Powerpuff Girls. The capsule includes two T-shirt designs, each available in black and white, featuring Bubbles, Blossom, Buttercup and the villain Mojo Jojo. One design showcases the Powerpuff Girls above a GOD SELECTION XXX logo, with Mojo Jojo on the back, while the other features a smaller front graphic and a full-sized show logo on the back. These made-to-order T-shirts will be available on the GOD SELECTION XXX webstore from May 25 to May 27, with shipping expected to take up to six weeks.

thisisneverthat x The Grateful Dead Fourth Capsule

Korean streetwear label thisisneverthat has launched its fourth collaborative capsule with The Grateful Dead, coinciding with Dead and Company’s Las Vegas residency. The collection features versatile summer garments, including T-shirts in earthy tones of gray, olive green and navy blue, adorned with Dancing Bears, co-branded patches and iconic Grateful Dead symbols. A standout piece is a black mesh jersey with a Dancing Bear patch on the chest, complemented by carpenter pants with “Grateful Dead” printed across the front. The thisisneverthat x Grateful Dead 4.0 capsule will be available for purchase on May 23 at the thisisneverthat official webstore.

Stüssy Summer 2024 Collection

Stüssy has unveiled its Summer 2024 collection, preparing for warmer temperatures with a blend of refreshed signature styles and new designs. The collection includes workwear-inspired outerwear, contemporary suiting, loose knitwear, flannel shirts, casual button-downs, wide-cut knee-length shorts, tees and mesh sport jerseys. Highlights feature a hooded camouflage anorak, a gray zip-up hoodie with the Stüssy logo, oversized faded pants and a variety of big shorts. The first drop from this collection will be available in-store and online at Stüssy starting Friday, May 24.

Latest Palace Spring 2024 Drop

Palace Skateboards is set to release another drop from its Spring 2024 line, featuring a variety of versatile garments and accessories. The collection includes bold motif hoodies with Palace branding, new denim co-ords with intricate raised-stitch detailing and rugby-inspired T-shirts with sharp collars and midriff branding. Knitwear options are available for cooler summer nights, featuring contrasting colorways and bold typography. The drop also introduces new caps with reflective detailing and classic black and orange designs with the “P” logo. The collection will be available online and in-store starting May 24 in the US and Europe and on May 25 in Japan and China.

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